Kelly Monteith Death: What Happened to BBC Comedy Legend?

Right now, everyone is sad about the death of comedian Kelly Monteith. He died when he was 80 years old. Kelly was a funny man who had a big impact and influenced a lot of other comedians.

The Anglophile Channel broke the sad news that the brilliant comedian had died. Keep reading to find out what happened to Kelly Monteith that led to her death.

The Sad News of Kelly Monteith’s Death Was Shared by The Anglophile Channel

Kelly Monteith, who wrote and starred in the BBC comedy show Kelly Monteith and was best known for that, has died. He died when he was 80 years old. On their social media pages, The Anglophile Channel confirmed the sad news about the comedian’s death.

The Anglophile Channel released a statement that said, “It is with great sadness that The Anglophile Channel announces the passing of our dearest friend, teammate, comedian, and broadcaster Kelly Monteith.”

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“Ken was an important part of TAC. He co-hosted Brit Flix with Kelly, Paul, and Two-Buch Chuck, as well as Kelly’s BBC Memories. The Los Angeles Press Club gave Monteith and Paul Boland the National Arts and Entertainment Journalism Awards for Best TV Anchor/Host in 2015.

The statement went on to say, “After a few successful appearances on the Des O’Connor Show, Monteith starred in his own successful comedy series called “Kelly Monteith,” which ran for six seasons on the BBC. Monteith and Neil Shand wrote the series that bears his name together. One of the first American comedians to have his own show on the BBC was Monteith. In the U.S., Monteith was the star of “The Kelly Monteith Show” and “The Hit Squad,” both of which were on CBS.

It went on to say, “Kelly often said that performing for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at the Royal Variety Performance in 1983 was one of the high points of his career.” Monteith’s time in England was very important to him. During his time there, he met Caroline, who would become his wife. There are two kids in the family.”

“Kelly will be sorely missed at The Anglophile Channel, in the world of comedy, and by his family and friends,” the channel said at the end of its statement. As of right now, no one knows what happened to Kelly Monteith that led to her death.

About Kelly Monteith: Who is He?

Kelly Monteith was born in the U.S. city of St. Louis on October 17, 1942. He was a funny person. In the early 1970s, he was a guest comic on NBC’s “The Tonight Show” and the BBC’s “Des O’Connor Tonight,” which brought him a lot of attention.

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In 1976, Monteith got The Kelly Monteith Show, which was his own show on CBS. Soon after, in 1979, the BBC gave him his own show, Kelly Monteith, which lasted for six seasons.

Later, Kelly was a host on the short-lived American first-run syndication show “The Hit Squad,” which had hidden cameras. He also wrote and starred in the 2014 comedy film A Lousy 10 Grand and the 6-part TV series The Real Geezers of Beverly Hills, Adjacent.

Kelly Monteith was a funny comedian who made a lot of people laugh, and his fans and loved ones will always remember him.

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